This is my first post on the forum, although i've been reading for a while now, so hello everyone and thank-you for all the great topics and advice that i've read so far.
I am hoping that people will be able to offer some advice on what I should do with my wisteria. We moved into a new property last year and inherited a wisteria that had been left to its own devices. From the pictures, you can see that it was once a very mature wisteria that has been cut back down to the ground and it has re-sprouted from there. There were a couple of flushes of flowers last year, but there were only a handful of blooms each time, although I am guessing it had not been pruned for a while.
I managed to untangle a lot of the growth, put up some support wires, and tied it in to where I want it, but, my question is, do I have too many thin stems coming up from the base and would it be beneficial to cut some of the stems away completely and keep just a few to create a better structure?
All comments and advice appreciated. Thanks.